Synonyms for graminifolia or Related words with graminifolia

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Examples of "graminifolia"
The larvae feed on "Heterotheca subaxillaris" and "Pityopsis graminifolia".
Disa graminifolia is a species of orchid found in South Africa (SW. Cape Province).
The larvae feed on the flowers and developing seeds of "Pityopsis graminifolia".
Werneria graminifolia is a species of flowering plant in the Asteraceae family.
Werauhia graminifolia is a species in the genus "Werauhia". This species is endemic to Costa Rica.
The larvae feed on the seeds of "Solidago graminifolia". They create a trivalved, tubular silken case.
Euthamia graminifolia (grass-leaved goldenrod or flat-top goldentop) is a North American species of plants in the daisy family.
"Caladenia graminifolia" is classified as "Not Threatened" by the Western Australian Government Department of Parks and Wildlife.
Guzmania graminifolia is a species in the genus "Guzmania". This species is native to Ecuador, Peru, Colombia and Panama.
"Caladenia graminifolia" was first formally described by Alex George in 1971 and the description was published in Nuytsia from a specimen at Culham Inlet. The specific epithet (graminifolia) is derived from the Latin words "graminis" meaning "grass" and "folium" meaning "a leaf" referring to the grass-like leaf of this orchid.
The genus was published by Eduard Friedrich Poeppig and Stephan Ladislaus Endlicher in 1835. In 1960, Robert Louis Dressler designated "Fernandezia graminifolia" Ruiz & Pavon, now known as "Scaphyglottis graminifolia", to be the type species. The generic epithet comes from the Greek skaphe, concave or hollow, and glotta, tongue, in reference to the shape of the floral labellum.
"Arundina graminifolia" is a terrestrial, perennial orchid with reedy stems, forming into large clumps growing to a height between 70 cm and 2 m.
In horticultural trade this genus is abbreviated as Pnr. These orchids, a wide variety of mostly cultivars of "Ponerorchis graminifolia", are rarely grown outside Japan.
"Euthamia" species are used as food plants by the larvae of some Lepidoptera species including "Coleophora intermediella", which feeds exclusively on "E. graminifolia".
Ischnolepis is a species of plants in the Apocynaceae first described as a genus in 1909. It contains only one known recognized species, Ischnolepis graminifolia , endemic to Madagascar.
There is only one known species, Isoetopsis graminifolia, reported from every state in Australia though not from Northern Territory. Grass-cushion is a common name for this species.
Utricularia graminifolia is a small perennial carnivorous plant that belongs to the genus "Utricularia". It is native to Asia, where it can be found in Burma, China, India, Sri Lanka, and Thailand. "U. graminifolia" grows as a terrestrial or affixed subaquatic plant in wet soils or in marshes, usually at lower altitudes but ascending to in Burma. It was originally described and published by Martin Vahl in 1804. It has also recently been grown in planted aquaria.
"Euthamia gymnospermoides" is a perennial that produces heads of yellow flowers in late summer. It is distinguished from the similar "Euthamia graminifolia" by having only one vein per leaf and larger flower heads.
Bomarea graminifolia is a species of flowering plant in the family Alstroemeriaceae. It is endemic to Ecuador, where it has only been collected once, before 1908. The specimen probably came from the forests on the volcano Atacazo, near Quito.
Lactuca graminifolia, the grassleaf lettuce is a North American species of wild lettuce. It grows in Mexico, Central America, Hispaniola, and the southern United States from Arizona to Florida, Virginia and the Carolinas.